Piano is one of the most tender musical instruments ever created – the soothing melodies one could play with it know no bounds, and it’s not a coincidence that you want to become a piano player yourself. We’re here to talk about digital pianos in general – what they are, and what you should know before purchasing one, among other things.
Easy-to-read display (LCD)
Shows tone, rhythm, song number, metronome, tempo, note played
Simple tone selection
PIANO, ORGAN tone button.
Melody on/off Lesson function
A simple operation turns off the melody part of a built-in tune.
Versatile features and functions
44 MINI-SIZE KEYS
10 SONG BANK TUNES :
5 pads including 2 Indian percussion sounds
Built-in grip for easy portability
DetailsKeyboard44 mini-size keysMaximum Polyphony8Tones100 built-in tonesRhythms/Patterns50 built-in patternsBuilt-in Songs10 (Song Bank)Lesson FunctionMelody on/off (Lesson part: Melody part)Other FunctionsPiano tone/organ tone one-touch button; 5 drum padsTuning ControlA4 = approximatery 440 Hz ± 99 centsDisplay ScreenLCDSpeakers8cm x 2Amp Output0.8W＋0.8WInput/Output TerminalsHeadphones/output (3.5mm mini stereo jack); External power (9.5V DC)Power RequirementsBatteries: AA-sizex6/Optional AC adaptor: AD-E95100LDimensions (W x D x H)604 x 211 x 57mm; Excluding music stand, and other projectionsWeight1.4kg (Excluding batteries)Included AccessoriesSong book